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A year after review, immigrant detainees still treated like prisoners

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Monday, October 18, 2010 at 6:00 am

Immigration and Customs Enforcement is undergoing an overhaul of its detention system, in part focused on making detention centers less prison-like. (Gamma/ZUMA Press)

On Sunday, Pedro Perez Guzman will miss his son’s fourth birthday. Guzman, 30, has been in immigration detention since Sept. 28, 2009, when Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agents appeared out of nowhere and handcuffed him for deportation.

[Immigration1] When his wife Emily — a native-born American citizen — and their son Logan make the trip from North Carolina to Georgia to visit him, they must enter a prison-like facility where they are granted only an hour to speak with him, separated by a pane of glass. But he is able to tell them of the inhumane conditions at the detention center — of the inedible food (he survives on ramen noodles from a small store inside the detention center) and the guards he says demean him for no reason.

Guzman’s assessment of his treatment is not unique. Last October, Immigration and Customs Enforcement released an unusually frank review of its immigrant detention system. The report, by Dora Schriro, former director of the Office of Detention Policy and Planning, criticized the system for its often poor treatment of the illegal immigrants it houses. The system takes in too many detainees, the report said, and treats them too much like prisoners, even though immigrant detention is a civil — not criminal — process. The report concluded that ICE should improve its facilities and services and create alternatives to detention for some non-criminal illegal immigrants.

A year later, though, many of the promised changes have yet to appear. Though ICE added an oversight office and a tool to help families and attorneys locate their relatives and clients, detainees such as Guzman say the detention system is still badly in need of repair.

Guzman wants to be released entirely. But in the meantime, his family argues he should be a candidate for alternatives to detention. “It’s ridiculous how much money we’re spending on detention when we could be finding something else,” Emily Guzman said. “Ankle bracelets, checking in with officers — anything. These aren’t horrible hardened criminals.”

Guzman moved to the U.S. from Guatemala, illegally, with his mother when he was eight years old. He attended school in the U.S. and then successfully applied each year for temporary work visas. But three years ago, his mother was denied permanent residency, putting his status at risk.

Then last year, when he was settled down in North Carolina with his wife and son, Guzman received a notice of deportation from the government. His mother tripped up in her application interview for permanent residency — she is older and misspoke during the interview, Emily Guzman said — and authorities summoned him to appear in immigration court but sent the notice to the wrong address. In immigration hearings, failure to appear is considered a sign that the accused illegal immigrant may be a flight risk.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers showed up at the Guzman home on Sept. 25, 2009, banging on windows and demanding that Guzman come out. The family stayed put at home for three days, but when they walked outside on Sept. 28, ICE agents appeared. Guzman said goodbye to his family, gave his son a farewell kiss and got in the car.

He has fought his detention, hoping for release under the Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act, which allows some immigrants from Guatemala to halt deportation proceedings. But a judge determined him to be ineligible due to aggravated felony, a somewhat misleading term that can be applied to a wide range of crimes committed by illegal immigrants. In Guzman’s case, the judge pointed to two misdemeanor marijuana possession charges from when he was a teenager to deny him bond or the ability to stay in the country.

Guzman appealed the decision, but to no avail. Although the Immigration Board of Appeals recommended that he be allowed bond, the final decision was left to the original judge, who again denied him bond.

“The reality about the immigration system that I’ve seen is that lawyers don’t have any power,” Emily Guzman said. “The judges decide what happens and what doesn’t happen. You’re really at the mercy of the judge, whether you have a lawyer or not.”

The system has many problems, according to human rights organizations, but among the biggest is its treatment of the detainees. Some argue that illegal immigrants broke the law and should not be in a “Club Med-like” setting, as a spokesman from the pro-enforcement group Federation for American Immigration Reform said. But deportation is a civil process, and immigrant rights groups argue it is too often punitive, as if detainees have been convicted of a crime.

On Oct. 6, Detention Watch Network, the National Immigrant Justice Center and the Midwest Coalition for Human Rights released a report card ranking the government’s progress at detention reform. Among the categories in which it received the lowest scores was creating alternatives to detention.

“The most important problem is the unnecessary detention of thousands and thousands of immigrants who don’t pose a danger to the community and are not a flight risk,” said Mary Meg McCarthy, executive director of National Immigrant Justice Center. “There’s really no reason to be holding such a large population of non-citizens.”

As ICE steps up its immigration enforcement, groups say reform of the detention system has become even more difficult because the system must deal with more detainees. The Department of Homeland Security announced on Oct. 6 that it had removed 392,000 illegal immigrants from the country in the 2010 fiscal year.

ICE officials say detention reform is moving along, and some visible changes have been made. “Over the past year, ICE has made significant progress in reforming its immigration detention system, prioritizing health, safety and uniformity among our facilities while ensuring security, efficiency and fiscal responsibility,” said ICE spokeswoman Cori Basset.

While changes to treatment of detainees and detention centers are welcome, immigrant rights supporters argue they obscure the injustices inherent in a system where detainees are not granted counsel and can be held for months without a ruling.

“What the agency is proposing is putting paint on the wall and hanging up plants, which is nice, but it doesn’t address the problem of depriving people of their liberty,” said Jacki Esposito, director of policy and advocacy at Detention Watch Network.

The system may see more changes. Immigration detention centers are slated to undergo a makeover to remove some of the prison-like qualities. Detainees will be able to socialize more and have better medical care. Alternatives to detention that would allow some detainees, like Pedro Guzman, to leave the facility may still be expanded.

Until then, the Guzman family is waiting. Pedro Guzman hopes to win his latest appeal after his lawyers successfully convinced immigration authorities to vacate one of his two misdemeanor convictions. If he is eventually deported, Emily Guzman said she and Logan would move away with him — not back to Guatemala, but perhaps to Mexico, Canada or Europe, she said.

“He’s my soul mate,” Emily Guzman said. “I’ll go wherever I have to for our family to be together.”

Note: The original version of this article incorrectly stated Pedro Guzman was denied permanent legal residence. His mother was actually denied permanent residence; Guzman had a work visa at the time.

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Oh, poor baby! Brings to mind the old theme song from Beretta, “Don't do the crime, if you can't do the time.” You treat criminals like criminals! Not like visitors to a country club! “I just want to better my life so I'll go take money from, that 7-11.” Identical analogy. Flaunt drug laws, and you eventually pay the price. Flaunt immigration laws ad you (may) eventually pay the price. I am sure Pedro will eventually attract the attention of some ACLU lawyer who will handle his case and get him some tax payer money. Gee, Pedro got an education and got away with living here for decades. Sorry he was subjected to the horror of having ICE pound on his windows and demand he come out. Pedro though he could slip by rather than pursue the necessary legal path while staying here on those temporary work visas. Clearly he knew the path to his desires and failed to follow through. Wonder if he saved enough to take his wife and son with him when he returns to his birth place?


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Comment posted October 22, 2010 @ 12:25 am

Seriously, you're going to condemn someone to inhumane living conditions, deportation, being separated from their families because of something that happened when they were EIGHT? What is an 8 year old supposed to do, stand at the border and say “No mother, leave me, I will not enter that country illegally!”?
Some of the comments here sound very heartless. A family is disrupted, a little boy has his father torn from him, because of a paperwork error and a heartless judge. GO USA!


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I suggest that any one of you who posted the previous comments live through this situation. I too am the wife of and undocumented alien. Unfortunatley my husband was not so lucky and was granted voluntary departure and had to return to Mexico. I remain here, a US born citizen pregnant with our first child fighting for him to come home. The easy thing to say is that he should have never come here illegally in the first place. This is easy to say coming from a country and lifestyle that allows us to look down upon others. Try working for less than 8 dollars a day if you are lucky to even find that work. Your nieces and nephews sick with hepatitis and unable to afford medecine. This is not some save the children commercial. This is my husbands family. This is where he is now as he awaits the decision of a broken system that does not allow for mercy. A system that breaks apart families. My husband will not be here to see his child born. I don't know when he will be able to meet his child. Now imagine that I was your daughter or sister or friend. It is easy to pass judgement, I say that because I used to do it every day. How many American citizens do we have here who have committed terrible crimes. It is time that we change the opinion that we have of people who come to this country. It is time the Americans start to think of others for once.


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I should re-word one thing. I said that my husband was “not so lucky”. While my husband did have to leave the country, at least he was granted bail until his could do so, and is with his parents, brothers and sisters now. Pedro on the other hand is locked in prison like an animal. What his immigration judge did to him was completely unfair, and an overstep of their authority.


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Entering the US illegally is a civil violation, not a criminal one. It is so easy to condemn others when you were born into a life of relative privilege in the US and have no understanding of how convoluted and difficult the legal immigration process is. Aside from some missteps as a teenager (hmm, no American-born teenagers ever have run-ins with the law for marijuana, right?), Pedro has done absolutely everything possible to file the correct paperwork and go through the legal channels, and to work hard and be an upstanding, contributing resident. Here is someone who came here as a child, grew up here (almost) as American as everyone else, and who now has a US-born wife and child. With the real concerns about actual dangerous criminals, is this really the type of person we need to be concerned about? Even if you have no room in your heart to imagine what this family is going through, at least from an economic standpoint, it is clear what a waste of resources it is to detain a man like Pedro for a year. Immigration reform is needed urgently. This type of treatment of people who come to our country for a better life is absolutely deplorable and does not align with American values.


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